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Mugs

In contrast to the shell glass, mugs were produced for rugged, repeat usage.  One variety of mug employed by Lemp is referred to as the "picnic mug".  These heavy clear glass mugs were produced in a few varieties as shown below.

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Embossed picnic mug with "W J Lemp's", available in 5" and 6 1/4" tall (shown) varieties, c1890.

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Acid-etched picnic mug variety (with "W J Lemp's" embossed on reverse), 5" tall, c1892.

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Picnic mug with Lemp shield logo, 5" tall, c1905.

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Lemp Employees Relief Association ceramic mug, 5" tall, dated 1911.

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Two ceramic mugs advertising "Falstaff", 5" tall, c1905.

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Rare picnic mug version etched with "W J Lemp's", 6 1/4" tall, c1890.

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"Gemutlichkeit" (or as more commonly referred to as the "Top Hat Man") variety, 5" tall, c1900.

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Ceramic mug from "Lemp Employes Ball", 4 1/2" tall, dated 1903.

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Ceramic mug with Sir John Falstaff and Lemp/St. Louis logo, 16" tall, c1900.